Spanning the Little Colorado River in Arizona, the Cameron Suspension Bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1911. When built, it was the longest suspension span west of the Mississippi River.
While it almost collapsed in 1937 (from sheep as crazy as that sounds), it still looks beautiful today. I love the lines of all suspensions bridges, but this one is particularly attractive as it stands in stark contrast the desert beyond.
Image By: Kelly Ford
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